SEBASTOPOL Vikings will be looking to keep its spot in the Football Federation men's state league four west when it takes on Truganina Hornets on Saturday.
The Vikings have come into a strong patch of form, unbeaten over the last five weeks while it has lost just two games since round five. Which sees Sebastopol sit in fourth position with just three points separating it from seventh.
Despite Truganina sitting eighth, it too has entered some of its best form for 2016 over the last month with three of its four wins coming in this period.
Vikings’ manager Michael Busija felt his teams best form would be good enough to come away with its eighth win of the year.
“We’re very confident our best will win but we’re aware they’ll come at us so we have to be prepared for that,” Busija said.
The team will be unchanged for Saturday’s clash as it has been for much of the past five weeks as it finds a settled line-up. Busija said the club was still hopeful of working its way into the top two for an opportunity to be promoted. Despite being five points behind second-placed Surf Coast, the top three teams all play one another in the final three rounds giving Sebastopol an opportunity to bridge the gap as it plays three sides below it.
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